Citizenship and plurilingual social actors in Spain and Japan: methodological aspects and introduction to exploratory analysis regarding the plurilingual competition category

  • Emilio José Delgado Algarra Universidad de Huelva
  • César Bernal Bravo Universidad Juan Carlos I
  • Makiko Ishida Universidad Nihon

Abstract

Plurilingual and pluricultural competence refers to the ability to use languages for communicative purposes and to participate in an intercultural relationship in which a person, as a social agent, dominates -with different degrees- several languages and has experience of various cultures. From the theoretical framework and the review around the problem, a categories system is elaborated in three blocks: types of citizenship, plurilingual competence and pluricultural competence. This system is useful for the configuration of the questionnaire CYASPS®citizenship and plurilingual social actor in Higher Education” and for the systematization of data analysis with the support of the statistical analysis program SPSS.

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Published
2019-06-13
How to Cite
Delgado Algarra, E. J., Bernal Bravo, C., & Ishida, M. (2019). Citizenship and plurilingual social actors in Spain and Japan: methodological aspects and introduction to exploratory analysis regarding the plurilingual competition category. IJERI: International Journal of Educational Research and Innovation, (12), 50-62. Retrieved from https://www.upo.es/revistas/index.php/IJERI/article/view/4166
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